Now that you have an encrypted folder, you may be wondering how to back it up. I will cover the steps in this post.
Now that you know a little more about encrypted folders, I would like to walk through the 2-step process on how to create them. Read on to learn more!
Synology offers a variety of solid storage systems and comes with software that offers a wide variety of features. One great feature is the ability to create encrypted folders. In this post, I would like to talk about Synology encrypted folders and what you need to know.
I recently read an awesome blog by Michael White about how he encrypted/signed his email. Given all the news about security I figured it was a good time to consider doing this as well. Given my setup is a little different from Michaels I figured I would do a quick write-up. If you are running Outlook for Mac and are interested in encrypting/signing emails then read on!
VMware released a JRE security update applicable to ALL versions of Log Insight. Read on to learn more!
I just concluded a three part series on how to backup and restore Log Insight. I just realized that I missed how to backup and restore the SSL certificate on the Log Insight virtual appliance. I will address this oversight in this post and then update the previous posts.
As you know, Log Insight is primarily used through its HTML5 interface. By default, Log Insight ships with a unique SSL certificate per appliance. The Administration section of the Log Insight UI allows a user to upload a PEM certificate to use in place of the self-signed certificate. In this post, I would like to discuss operations you may desire to perform in regards to SSL in Log Insight as well as share a script on how to properly manage all the available options.
Log Insight has always been able to handle all the events within your environment, but now that it has Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) you can use a single instance to handle all roles within your organization. In this post, I will cover the new RBAC functionality and all the best practices.
UPDATE: This feature was introduced in LI 2.5 and the functionality remains the same in LI 3.0 and 3.3.